Dental Special in September -
Did you know? Dental health is vital to your pet’s lifelong health. Regular dental checkups are essential to your pet’s dental health. There are also a number of signs that dental disease has already started in your pet’s mouth. If you find any of the following signs, bring your pet in as soon as possible.
• Bad breath – Most pets have breath that is less than fresh, but if it worsens, that can be a sign that periodontal disease has already started
• Frequent pawing or rubbing at the face and mouth
• Reluctance to eat hard foods
• Red swollen gums and brownish teeth
Finally, while any dog can develop periodontal disease, some pets do seem to be more prone to it. For example, studies have shown that smaller dog breeds can be more vulnerable to dental disease.
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